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Home team - Away team
1
×
2
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
20
21
59
2
1 - 2
3.16
1.69
0 - 0
47
26
27
1
2 - 1
2.64
2.13
5 - 1
38
24
38
1
2 - 1
2.9
2.63
0 - 2
52
24
24
1
2 - 1
2.89
1.92
3 - 3
21
22
57
2
1 - 2
2.9
1.75
0 - 2
77
15
8
1
3 - 0
3.35
1.3
0 - 2
Home team - Away team
Under
Over
Betimate
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
38.95
61.05
Over
3.16
1.22
0 - 0
51.07
48.93
Under
2.64
1.02
5 - 1
44.68
55.32
Over
2.9
1.1
0 - 2
44.9
55.1
Over
2.89
1.1
3 - 3
44.6
55.4
Over
2.9
1.1
0 - 2
35.13
64.87
Over
3.35
1.29
0 - 2
Home team - Away team
No
Yes
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
42
58
Yes
1 - 2
3.16
2.16
0 - 0
48
52
Yes
2 - 1
2.64
2.04
5 - 1
42
58
Yes
2 - 1
2.9
2.16
0 - 2
44
56
Yes
2 - 1
2.89
2.11
3 - 3
46
54
Yes
1 - 2
2.9
2.08
0 - 2
51
49
No
3 - 0
3.35
2.02
0 - 2
Home team - Away team
Probability in%
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
59%
Away
-1
1 - 2
3.16
1.18
0 - 0
53%
Away
0
2 - 1
2.64
1.05
5 - 1
62%
Home
+1
2 - 1
2.9
1.24
0 - 2
52%
Home
0
2 - 1
2.89
1.03
3 - 3
57%
Away
-1
1 - 2
2.9
1.13
0 - 2
55%
Home
-1
3 - 0
3.35
1.1
0 - 2

WHAT IS THE DENMARK SUPERLIGAEN?

The Denmark Superligaen is known as the Danish Superliga or Superligaen. It is the top tier of the Danish football league system which is administered by the Danish Football Association. For more information about this Danish football championship as well as Denmark Superligaen Predictions, don’t ignore this post of Betimate!

 

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HOW IS THE FORMAT OF THE DENMARK SUPERLIGAEN?

In 1991

The Danish Superliga was established in 1991 as the replacement for the Danish 1st Division in Denmark. There were 10 teams taking part in the first season of the competition. They played each other in a two-legged format. From the summer of 1991, the competition’s structure would stretch over two calendar years. The 10 clubs would play each other twice in the first half of the tournament. In the following half (the next spring), the two last-ranked teams were out, the points of the clubs would be cut in half and the remaining eight teams would play each other twice again, for a total of 32 games in a season. 

1995-96

The number of participating teams increased to 12. They played each other for 33 games per Superliga season. Coca-Cola became the sponsor of this new league structure. Then, the competition was also called the Coca-Cola Ligaen

1996-2016

From 1996 through 2016, the league included 12 clubs that played each other three times. The two teams with the worst points at the end of the season were relegated to the Danish 1st Division and replaced by the top two teams of that tier. 

Each club in the season played every other team at least once at home and once away. The top six clubs of the previous season played 17 matches at home and 16 away while the clubs in 7th to 10th place and the two newly promoted teams played 16 games at home and 17 away games. 

In this period, the top league was sponsored by different brands:

From 1996-97 to 2000-01: the Superliga was named Faxe Kondi Ligaen due to the sponsorship of Faxe Brewery.

From 2001-02 to 2009-10: It was the SAS Ligaen which was under the sponsorship of SAS.

From 2010-11 to 31st December 2014: It remained the Superliga without any league sponsor.

2015-16

From 1st January 2015 to the 2017-18 season, the league was named after Alka as the Alka Superliga due to their new sponsorship. 

The Denmark Superligaen in this period was expanded to 14 teams. They were accomplished by relegating only the last-place finisher in that season and promoting the top three teams from the first division. 

2016-17

The 2016-17 season’s structure was renewed. It began with the teams playing at a full home-and-away schedule, resulting in 26 games for each team. 

The league split into a six-club championship playoff and an eight-club qualifying playoff. All team’s table points and goals carry over fully into the playoffs. 

In the championship playoff, each team plays the other twice. The top team at the end of the playoff round becomes the champion. They can enter the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League. Whereas, the second-ranked team qualifies for the first qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League. The third-placed team advances to a one-off playoff game for another Europa League spot. If the champion of the Danish Cup finishes in the top three, the match will involve the fourth-placed team instead. 

The qualifying playoff is divided into two groups. The teams in 7th, 10th, 11th, and 14th are in a group. The remaining teams in 8th, 9th, 12th, and 13th are in the other group. Each group plays in the two-legged format within its group. The top two teams of each group enter a knockout tournament. The winner of that round faces the third-place (or fourth-place) team from the championship playoff in a one-off match. The winner will enter the Europa League in the first qualifying round.

The bottom two teams from each group also contest a relegation playoff in a two-legged format. The winner advances to a playoff final game against the second-ranked team from the 1st Division. The losing team drops to the next season of the Danish First Division. 

From the 2019-20 season

Since this season, the number of teams participating in the top league was reduced from 14 to 12 teams. They play a full two-legged schedule in 22 matches for each team. 

 

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WHICH TEAMS ARE TAKING PART IN THE 2021-22 DENMARK SUPERLIGAEN?

Club

Finishing position

last season

First season in

top division

First season of

current spell in

top division

AaB

7th

1928–29

1987

AGF

4th

1918–19

2015–16

Brøndby

1st

1982

1982

Copenhagen

3rd

1992–93

1992–93

Midtjylland

2nd

2000–01

2000–01

Nordsjælland

5th

2002–03

2002–03

OB

9th

1927–28

1999–00

Randers

6th

1970

2011–12

Silkeborg

2nd in 1st Division

1988

2021–22

SønderjyskE

8th

2000–01

2008–09

Vejle

10th

1956–57

2020–21

Viborg

1st in 1st Division

1981

2021–22

The 2021–22 Danish Superliga is known as the 3F Superliga for sponsorship reasons. This is the 32nd season of the Danish Superliga. It began on 16th July 2021 and is scheduled to finish on 30th May 2022. Brøndby IF are the defending winners.

TITLES BY CLUBS IN THE DANISH SUPERLIGA

FC Copenhagen is considered the best team in Denmark football with 13 times reaching the winning title. This achievement is almost as double as the result of the second-placed team- Brøndby IF with 7 titles in total. AaB and FC Midtjylland have been playing impressively in the league with 4 and 3 titles respectively. 

 

Titles by Clubs on the Danish Superliga

Champion

Times

Season

FC Copenhagen

14

1992–93, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2012–13, 2015–16, 2016–17, 2018–19, 2021-22

Brøndby IF

7

1991, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1997–98, 2001–02, 2004–05, 2020-21

AaB

4

1994–95, 1998–99, 2007–08, 2013–14

FC Midtjylland

3

2014–15, 2017–18, 2019–20

Lyngby

1

1991–92

Silkeborg IF

1

1993–94

Herfølge BK

1

1999–2000

FC Nordsjælland

1

2011–12

ALL-TIME TOP SCORERS OF THE DENMARK SUPERLIGAEN

All-time Top Scores of the Superliga

Rank

Topscorer(s)

Goals

Club(s)

1

Morten "Duncan" Rasmussen

145

AGF, Brøndby IF, AaB, FC Midtjylland

2

Søren Frederiksen

139

Silkeborg IF, Viborg FF, AaB

3

Peter Møller

135

AaB, Brøndby IF, FC København

4

Heine Fernandez

126

AB, FC København, Silkeborg IF, Viborg FF

5

Steffen Højer

124

OB, Viborg FF, AaB

6

Frank Kristensen

109

FC Midtjylland, Ikast fS, Randers FC

7

Peter Graulund

107

AGF, Brøndby IF, Vejle BK

8

Søren Andersen

101

AGF, OB, AaB

9

Dame N'Doye

90

FC København

10

Thomas Thorninger

81

AGF, FC København, Vejle BK

REFERENCE SOURCES

  • https://www.superliga.dk/
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danish_Superliga
Superliga
Overall table PTS GP W D L GF GA +/-
1 FC Nordsjaelland 35 17 10 5 2 29 13 16
2 Viborg 32 17 9 5 3 25 16 9
3 FC Copenhagen 27 17 8 3 6 28 20 8
4 Silkeborg IF 24 17 7 3 7 27 25 2
5 Odense BK 24 17 6 6 5 23 25 -2
6 Randers FC 24 17 6 6 5 23 26 -3
7 Midtjylland 23 17 5 8 4 24 22 2
8 AGF Aarhus 22 17 6 4 7 19 18 1
9 AC Horsens 22 17 6 4 7 22 22 0
10 Brondby 21 17 5 6 6 23 28 -5
11 AaB 14 17 3 5 9 17 28 -11
12 Lyngby 8 17 1 5 11 15 32 -17